[CS-FSLUG] TruTone vs. Leather

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Fri Aug 1 23:55:29 CDT 2008

Timothy Butler wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> 	Does anyone here have insight into the difference between a TruTone  
> Bible and a Leather one? I think TruTone may be an imitation leather,  
> but I haven't really been able to get much insight into it. I was  
> going to order a Bible with a coupon that expires before the next time  
> I can get to Ye Old Bookseller (a.k.a. Barnes & Noble), so I thought  
> I'd ask to see if anyone knows.
> 	I was going to do the genuine leather for $3 more, but the TruTone in  
> the pictures has nice stitching and actually looks a bit prettier, I  
> think. Very superficial I know. I do like the way leather Bibles wear  
> and work as far as being held for preaching/teaching, though. They fit  
> more organically than a hardcover and wear better than either hard  
> covers or paperbacks.

TruTone is synthetic, but sorry I don't know "what" the material is. I 
also prefer leather.


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